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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1892)
ity $akepy and Restaurant
All kinds or cake,
candles, Nats, Cijfur,
and fresh Frultc, etc.
Meals and Lunch all hours
Boarding and Lodging. Fresh Oysters and Ice Cream in
I K nnnV
SHItfKLE & AULTZ, Props.
NEW AND SECOND - HAND FURNITURE,
In the Stern Building.
We shall have bargains that will pay you to investigate
in our second-hand department.
AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY.
On Saturday commencing at 1 P. M we shall have auction,
to which we invite the public who are interested
in procuring good bargains.
Wc buy and sell Second-hand Goods on commission.
SHINKJLE & AUZTZ.
S. J". COZAD, Proprietor.
All hauling intrusted to me will be promptly attended to.
THE -TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
jucQCttrra mth the oucraf ht ofthis ccumkt m l cent
MM THIMBU INFORUATIOH FROM A STUDY OF TIII3 VtAP Of Tl'E
CMcaeo, Rock Island & Pacific Ry.,
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Mollne, Bock Wand, la ILLINOIS;
Davenport. Jljiscatlnc, Ottnmwo, Otkaloosa, Dcs
Koines, Wlnteiset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Kufli, in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, in MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Slotrf Falls, in DAKOTA;
Caneron.St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Folrbury and Kelson, In NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
'Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS ; Kingfisher, 1 Reno and SJlnco, in INDIAN
TERBITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and VutV.o.
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich fanning
ad grazing lands, affording th best facilities of Inter
communication to all towns and cities cast and west,
aortawest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KAKSAS CITT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
Flnt.-CIass Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and ralace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
C!oMcounections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging rail way" lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which gnpcrbly-ecmlpped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogdcn and Eaa Francisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct and Favorite Line to and
from Manltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Colorado.
from St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant totens, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
cooMctlong for nil points north and northwest betweta
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Map, Folders, or desired information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States
r Canada, or address
Genl Tkt & Pass. Agt.
jHMlce of the Peace, ...
OIu( c over Test OflUf.
Bed Cloud -NcferttriUH
HO THERE !
X O. BUTLEH,
better DfeDared than ever to
sell you all kinds of harness
collars, sadlery, etc
In the Tinker Bn Hilar. Ha has tk
argent stock In this part at rally,
will make It an laface
AUCTION SALE !
Order to Show Cause.
STATK OF NEBRASKA 1
Adams County. f
In the District Court of said county.
In the matter of the estate of Jas, Laird, de
ceased. This cause came on forbearing upon the pe
tition of James 1). Gage, the administrator of
the estate of James Laird, deceased, praying
for license to sell the lollowh'g real estate be
longing to said estate. Lot Mo. 5 in block 7, and
lots No. c and 7 in block c in the village ot Red
Cloud, Webster county, Nebraska, the purchase
money lor Mild lots to be applied upon the pay
ment of the debts all owed against said estate
amounting to more than $ lC,t)to together with
the cost of the administration ofaiid estate
there not being suflicieut pergonal property to
Jiay the said debts and expenses. It is there
ore ordered that all persons interested in said
estate appear before me on the :sd day of April
l&rjat nine o'clock In the forenoon at Alma,
Harlan county, Nebraska, to show cause why
license should not be granted to said adminis
trator to sell the above described realestate of
said deceased for thn purpose ot the payment
of said debts and expenses, ualed this SM
dav of March lKtt. F. II. Hkai.i,
copy 35 -it Judge of the District Court.
Notice is hereby given that tinder nnd by vir
tue of an order ol Ntlo issued from theulhce of
O. I). Crom?, clerk of the distiict court of the
tenth Judicial district within tuid for Webster
county, Nebraska upon a decree in an action
pending, therein, wherein 1. 8. SicUiure is
idaintlll and against Alouzo M. Freelov and
Etta Freelove et al are defendants. I shall otter
for sale at public endue, to tlio highest bidder,
lor cusb in uaud,at the east door of lie court
house at Red Cloud in said Webster county,
Nebraska, that being the building wherein the
hist term uf said court was holdeu, on the anil
day ol April itse at one o'clock p. in. of said day
the follow ing described property towit: Lots
three 3. nnd lour 4, in block one 1, Vauce's first
addition to the town of Guide Kock in Webster
county, Nebraska, t; I ven under my hand this
:3d da) of march ISM.
55-st " Ueo. E. Coon, ilieriff,
Jamek McNkmv, riaintllfs Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that under nnd by vir
tue of an order uf sale issued from the odlce of
U, 15. Crunc clerk of the district court of tlie Kkn
Judicial district within nnd for Webster county
iiiiuiiniii ii'uii tk umcb in an auiiuit fienuillg,
therein, wherein the IJttl-tou savings tlnuk is
plaintm and against aiark 11. Warner, Sarah A.
Warner, The Kansas City Investment company
and tlie lint National Bank ot lied cloud, Web.
defendants. I shall oiler for sale at public ven
due, to the highest bidder for cash hi hand, at
tlie east door of the court house at Red cloud in
said Websier county, Nebraska, that being tlie
building wherein the last term of said court was
uoideii, on me '.ciii any ot April is at one
o'clock 1'. M. of the said day, the following des
cribed property to-wit: Tlie east half of sec
tion tw cnty-four, L'4. In township one, 1, of range.
CicicUiiinvuiuic uui i. in. in neusier
county, Nebraska. Uiyen under my baud this
18th day of March 1892.
Gko. E coon. Sheriff,
COOK & DAGKXT, & CASe & MCNeKY.
3-VSt Plaintiff's Attorney.
In the matterof the estate of Daniel IJndeen
Ou application by petition by Cordelia Liudeen
of the county ot Webster, Nebraska, represeut
inc among other things that Daniel Llndeen. an
ing among other tilings mat Daniel Llndeen, an
luhabiiHiit and resident of tho cctuity of Woo
ster, Nebraska on the 7th day of January lstr.
at the county of Webster. Ntbraska. aforesaid
died intestate leaving estate to be administered
That said petitioner is the w idow of said de
ceased and prayiug that administrating be
grantedtn Kriink V. Taylor of Red cloud in said
county. It is ordered that said application be
heard at the April lttt! term of tlie county
court of said county towit: on the llth day of
Ap.il lSlc at tlie olllcc oi tlie county Judge of
u d county in the city of Red cloiru Nebraska
at the hour or ten o'clock a. in. of said day. it
is further ordered that notice hereby lie given
toallpeisous interested, by the publication of
this order lor three successive weeks in the Red
cloud chief previous to the tlmellxed for said
Dated Red cloud, Neb., March 1K2.
35-3 J AMesDurrr, county judge.
Republican Congressional Con
The republican electoreof the Fifth congress
ional district of the state of Nebraska sire re
Suested to send delegates from the several roun
es to meet In convention in the city of Hold
rege. 'I hursday May 2tU, ISO?, at 7 3o o'clock p.
m. forthe purpose of electing delegates and
alternates to the Kepubllcan National Conven
tion to be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on
the 7th day ot June 1892.
To end delerates from their several counties
to meet in convention tu the city uf jtci'onk.
WedueslayJuue 15, isa-.,nti o'clock p. m. fr
the purpose of placing In nnmin.ilhui a candi
date for Congress In the Fifth congressional
district and for the transaction of .m-li other
business sis may come before sa-d (invention.
Tlie several counties composing ;id district
are entitled to representation us follows being
baseil upon the vote cast for lion. :i-nrgo H.
Hastings for attorney general in isoo, giving one
delegate at large to each county, and one for
each one hundred votes and the major fraction
Ked Willow. 9
It Is also recommended that the delegates pres
ent be authorized to cast the full vote of the
delegation. J as. d. Uauk, Chairman.
uko. r. iinBA, secretary.
Keep a Hnockln'
This world is full of duty,
It greets you every where,
And the man who isn't busy
Is sadly out of gear.
A sunny swarm of happiness
About you will be flockin'
If jou get into the harness
You ever keep t-nockin.'
You'll have to be in earnest,
There's but one way in life,
We'll admit a little fooling
Will sometimes win a wife.
But if every day was Christmas
And you'd hang up your stookin'
Old Santa wouldn't find it
If you didn't keep a-knockin.
"Late to bed and early to rise will
shorten the road to your home in the
skies." But early to bed and a "Little
Early Riser," the pill that makes life
longer and better and wiser. C. L.
Crippling Naval Progress.
There haB never been a time in the
history of the United States when the
people have been so thoroughly united
in the demand that the building up of
a strong navy for the protection of our
sea coasts and the defense of national
rights should be continued. Never
theless the House Naval committee
has reported a nayal appropriation
bill which is less by $3,467,816 than
the official estimates of the needs of
the department. The bill authorizes
the construction of a new vessel of
the type of the New York, but no
other, although naval omcials are uni
ted in the recommendation that sever
al battle 8 hips of large proportions
and power should be immediately be
gun as part of our sea equipment for
offensive and defensive operations. In
the schedules for repairs, for expense
of navy yards and similar disburse'
ments which affect the employment of
men the committee has also shown a
disposition to be penurious, ltepub-
hcans in house and senate should do
all in their power to carry out the
popular will in reference to the crea
tion of a new navy adequate to the
wants of the nation. If the demo
crats arc willing to go on record as op
posed to naval construction that is
their affair. N. Y. Press.
Historic homes nnd landmarks are
rapidly passing away, owing to fntnl kid
iiy and liver diseases. "Hepaticure'will
care and prevent all such diseases.
Sold by L. H. Deto.
Dear friend. don't hurtthe editor
With rlctol or wiih gun.
And ask him if lie said it, or
Expect that he will run.
His threadbare linen diibter
May still ills patches hide;
Rut bis muscles are developed.
And the "devil V on his side.
If dull, spiritless and stuped: If your
blood is thick and sluggish; if your appe
tite is capricious nnd uncertain, you need
a Sareaparilla. For best rest results use
De Witt's. C. L. Cottinn.
That the South is growing rapidly
is shown by the fact that 1,740 new
manufacturing enterprises were locat
ed within her borders during the past
six months. These have been attract
ed to this section by reasons of the
cheap raw materials and fuel, of
which the South cm boast a greater
supply than is found elsewhere in the
Union. The portion of West Virgin
ia, Maryland and Virginia lying along
the line of the Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad has its full share of natural
advantages and full information con
cerning locations for manufacturing,
farming or any particular business,
will be furnished on application to M.
V. Richards, Land and Immigration
Agents, B. & O. R. R. Co. Baltimore,
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
pills speedily cure biloasness, bad t&ate,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un-
eqnaled for men, women, children. Small'
eat, mildest, sorest! r0 doses, 25 eta
The Red Cloud Dray Line Lave four
good and heayy mule teams. All
hauling promptly attended to your
orders solicited. Jno Bahkley,
Says an Old physician who has practiced
medicine 40 years: "I guarantee there is
no' a case of blood liver or kidney disease
in the world bnt what "Hepaticnre" will
positively cure. L. H, Deyo.
A. Morhart has just received a car
load ef barb wire and will sell it
cheap. Come ritrht along.
Sena Tor Then.
The most popular waltz, schottisehe
and march published. They are easy
to piay, and adapted to either organ
Lemon Waltz, G. Lanr 30
Apricot Schottisehe, Lacg 30
Damson March, Lang, 30
Note to teachers. We send out
catalogues free. Send for them. We
want your trade. Agents for 'Chick
ering, Emerson and Sterling," Pianos.
Adress. Lego Bros.,
Kansas City, Mo.
Children Cry for
Now is the time for vou to send in
your orders for all kirds of Standard
stock and small fruits. Strawberry I
pianiu a Bpeuiuiiy. j. xi. xlsi. ti
improved and unim
proved farms at a bargain. Write for
description to D. J. Myers,
Red Cloud Nebr.
We pay cash or trade for old iron,
rags, rubber, bones brass, copper zinc
and lead At the Red Cloud gun shop.
Children Cry for
Fifty cents per hundred paid for
old rags rubber and zinc in trade at
the Bargain House of J. S. Young &
Son, first door north of Fair Store
Children Cry for
Freachlns at the M. E. church every 6undav.
10:30, A. M. Evening. 7:30. Snnday School.
11 :30 A. si. tpworm j-c.ipie. G;30, r. m.
Strangers In the city and public mad welcome
to all servcics. E, J. Kaxdaix.
lreachinBl0:2O,A. M. 7:3o ! M. Sunday
P.m. Prayer services Wednesday evening at
7:30. L. H. Uejo, Sunday-school Superintend
ent. J. D. Puns, rnstor.
Trenching at 1030 and Sunday-school at 11 -M
Younjr iieonle's meeting 7. Prajer services
All are invited to attend these services.
- E. L.Ei.r,Pa!tor.
E. M. CocnnAXE. Sunt. S. S.
Prea:hlng every Sunday at 10-30 A. M. and
730 r. m. Christian Endeavor Society at C
P.M. Sunday-school at 12.
Kev. m. Pctxam, Pastor.
Services erery fourth Sunday in the month
at 1030 A. M. and 730 P. M. Sunday-school at
2:45 r. w. every sunuay.
G. A. It.
.Iiuiim A. Garfield nost. No. 80. Department
of Nebraska. . A. It. meet in K. P. hall Mon
day evening, or before each lull moon of each
month at 730 p. m. All comrades m good
standing cornially welcomed.
C. Wkinek. Adjt. II. B. Simoxs. P. C.
S. of V.
II. S. Kaley Camp, No, 25, S. of V's meets
every Tuesday evening, at 730 P. SI.
All brothers in good standing invited
to attend. S. E. Cozad. Capt
7dm IV. or A,
T.ed niou.U'amp. No. C.S. M. W.of a. meet
in K. P. hall alternately Wednesday evenings.
at730. All neighbors in good standing are
invited. Tuos. J. Wahd, V. S,
F. V. Tavlok. Cleric
A. o. r. Y.
Ked Cloud MMlge No. CO. A. O. U. W. meet at
th iir hall in Moon block tlrst and second Tues
days ot each month. All brothers are cordially
k. or p.
Calanthe Lodge No. ). K. P. meets every
Thursday evening at their Cast'e hall at 8. p. in.
All Knights are invited.
I. o. o. P.
Hen Adhcin Lodge No. 1SG, meets at their hail
on Holiday eveuing, at 8 P. Al. All brothers
k. r l.
Faithful Assemblv. No. ss"l. meets In
hall every Friday evening at 730
it a ni
liVil Cloud Chapter No. 19 It. A. m. meetings
.-cctMiil :u.d tnmth Thursday of encli month
Cvrene Commandry No. It K T meetings first
ard" third Thursdays of each month.
A F and A IV
Charity Lodge N". St a F and A M. Meetings
Friday evening on or before tlie lull moon.
Eastern Star meets on 'luesday every
weeks at .Ma.'c hall.
James A. CarlleldW. It. C. meets in K. P.
Hall on Saturday afternoon, every two weeks
at 2 p.m. All are invited.
Ladlca or the G. A. It.
Sherman Circle. No. 3. (. A. It. meets in
Masonic hall lirst and third Saturday evenings,
of eacli month at 730.
Red Cloud Fin Department, meets first
dav fneacli month.
Final Proor Notice.
Land Office at 1!loomim;ton, Nairn. 1
March 3, l'-. f
Notice h hereby given that the following
named settler hxs tiled notice of his intention
to make llnal proof in support of his claim.
and that Maid proof will be nv.de before the
clerk of the district coii.S Web.ster county, at
lSOi.viz: Abraham Hibuey lid. App. No. 12353
for the. imrlh-west 1-4. section 2, township 2,
north rane 12. west of the Cth nrlnrlnal ma.
rfdi.in' lt mimes the following witnpuu tn
prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion oi saw lanu, viz: jens jensen.ot inavale
Nebr.; Chris Jensen. Inavaie, Nebr.: Orrin H.
Pitnev, of Inavale, Nebr. and John Wilson, or
Otto, f ehr. O. G. Uailkv. Register.
By virture of an execution directed to me
trim the district court of Webster county, Ne
hrasKa, on a judgment obtained before the dis
trict court ol Valley county, Nebraska, on the
17th day June, 1889, and transcrlpted to the dis
trict court of Webster county. In favcr of Tht.r
ou N. neii anu i. raui rsauuuai uanir, as
plaintilfs, and against Hunter & UcArthur,
Kobt, Hunter and D. A. McArthur, as defead
siits, for the sum of Two Thousand Four
Hundred Ninty Six dollars, and Fiirtr Nine
cents, and costs taxed at Eighty Ebbt and
Iglli lOOths dollars and accruing costs, 1 have
leued upon the following land and tenements
tJikfi) as the property of said defeLdants, to
satisfy said judgment, to-wit: me south-weti
luarter and west half of the south-east quarter
of section seven, township three, range ten, in
Webstercounty, Nebiaska, and will offer fcr
sale to the highest blddv for cash in hand on
the uui day ot April, A. D. 1892, in front or
tlie east door of the court house in said countv.
that being the building wherein the last tctai
nf mint wm held, at the hour of one o'clock
ti. tn. of said day. when and where due attend-
ancelwill be glvcj by the undersigned.
Dated llth day or March, 18K. .
GEO. E. COON. Sheriff.
3C3) By A. J. T031UN80IT, Deputy.
Don't forget to ask for the Consumers'
CONSUMERS TAKE NOTICE!'
That fr every Cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR from any
Merchant whose name appears below entitles you to a
5 PER CENT. SCRIP,
"Which they will accept
And take Special Notice that
this Association are the most wideawake and keep
the best stock of goods, and their
prices are the lowest.
G. A. DUCKER 4k CO.
Dry Goods, Carpet, Cloaks nnd 1iocm.
Ii. II. Dcyo, Drug etc. Henry Dlcdricli UcMt & .sjhi-
Buckeye Harness Shop Hnrncss. C. Wiener, Clotlicr.
Oscar Patmor, Flour & Feed. F. T. Taylor, Furniture.
L. 91. Vance, Jeweler.
Has Moved his Flour and Feed Store o
Perkins & Mitchel building.
Nothing but the best goods kept. Call
see me when yon want anything
in my line
Webster Co. Abstract Office-
J. II. BAILEY, Abstracter and Proprietor.
Accurate Abstracts Promptly Furnished for any Land in Webster
County. A complete and Accurate set of Abstract hoolcs
and a 10000 bond lllcdTith county Judge Insures .nli-
For Abstracts, Cheap
eood Bargains in
L. H. FORT, Manager.
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
llavinc had ten years experience In county records and one of the most complete set of At
stract books in the s'ate. wo guarantee satisfaction. Yonr favors solicited
All ordea tilled promptly. lO.OOO dollar bond liled
i nd approved. Address or call on
L. H. FORT Manager, Red Cloud, Xeb.
tt. E. POND,
Conveyancer, Keai i-Jiniie,
Loans, Insurance, and Pen
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I especially invite yon to call on me for
anything in my line. Loans made on
farm property at 8 per sent. Insurance
in the best companies I also,
AGENT FOR THE STARK
Call and see me if yon desire, shrnbbery
flowers or fruit stock. You vill iind prof
itable to see me.
II. E. POND.
D. B. Spanoge,
and I,oan Agent
I. VT. WULEYS. 31. D.
Red Cload, - Ncbrasxa.
Office opposite First National Bank.
U. H.ExaBinlng Surgeon.
Chronic diseases treated by mail.
for live cents on every
of One Dollar.
the Merchants who belong to-
Farm Loans 01
Real Estate, call
J. H. BAILEY.
Co., Red Cloud,
Will serve a limited number of choice
marcs this season.
He is G years old and strongly built.
ISA- bands high and a natural trotter
and has an excellent pedigree.
J. "W. Mora.nville, Prop.
Red Cloud, Xeb.
Notice to 'l'caclici.
Notice 13 hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthc public schools of this
county, at Ked Cloud on the third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will bo hold
on the Friday preceeding the, 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing required for 2d ami
3d grade certificates is the same no
grade below 70 per cent., average Slr
per ecnt; for first grade certificate
no graae oeiow ov per cent., average
00 per cent, in all branches required
D. M. Hunter, County Sujt.
Salesman, Local and Traveliiit'.
To represent our well known hou.-e.
Tou need no capital to represent a
firm that warrants nursery stock Sm
cla38 and true to name. Work Till
the year. $100 per mouth to the
right man. Apply quick, btatiog ago.
X. L. Mat & Co.,
Nurserymen, Fioriuts and Scedsmea.
St. Paul, Minn.
fTMs house is responsible.)
mi I IU "
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